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Columbia Events

Sat, Jul 09, 2022
Legal Heat, the nation's largest concealed firearm permit training company, will be offering a fun and informative concealed firearms class in our store. The class will satisfy all of the training prerequisites to obtain the state's concealed carry permits, and in some cases other states' permits. This power combination of permits will allow you to carry in up to 37 different states. (Some states may require a shooting component separate from this class, see Legal Heat's website for state-specific info.)
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Sat, Aug 06, 2022
Legal Heat, the nation's largest concealed firearm permit training company, will be offering a fun and informative concealed firearms class in our store. The class will satisfy all of the training prerequisites to obtain the state's concealed carry permits, and in some cases other states' permits. This power combination of permits will allow you to carry in up to 37 different states. (Some states may require a shooting component separate from this class, see Legal Heat's website for state-specific info.)
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Fishing Report For Columbia

Very Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Inshore: Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports that the summer heat can make for tricky inshore conditions, but early in the morning there should be a topwater bite for both trout and redfish. Both species should al
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Very Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Inshore: Captain J. Baisch of Baisch Boys Bait and Tackle (843-651-1915) reports that this month flounder should bite well on mud minnows in the creeks. It should be the beginning of July before finger mullet get big enough to be a consistent bait. Redfis
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that by late May the fishing had already gotten tough, but in June there should be a topwater bite first thing in shallow water. During the heat of the day fish should be caught deeper on cr
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Guide Brad Fowler reports that usually in June fish head offshore where they can be caught on drop shots and shakey heads around deep brush piles. Also keep your eyes open for topwater schooling activity. There is a possibility that high water level
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Very Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Inshore: Captain Kai Williams (843-816-7475) reports that it got hot during May, and in June fishing early and late may continue to be more effective. Redfish can be caught around structure on lower stages of the tide, and while on high tide the bite usua
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Guide Charles Townson (864-324-2065) reports that during June fish will be in a summer pattern where they can be caught early and late off points on topwaters, while during the day fishing deeper with worms is the best option. Also keep your eyes op
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Joe Anders of Seneca reports that during June there are times when spotted bass, smallmouth and largemouth will all be in the same areas, but they do show a preference for different habitats. Largemouth are more likely to be found
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Excellent
Thu, May 05, 2022
Inshore: Captain Patrick "Smiley" Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that June should be an excellent month for inshore fishing to the north of Myrtle Beach. Redfish, trout, black drum and more will eat shrimp, and as the mullet get bigger they will become a mo
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Captain Brett Mitchell (803-379-7029) reports that this month fish will start off both shallow and deep, but as it gets warmer more fish will move towards drops near wood or trees. Fishing will get tougher as June progresses but topwaters and then C
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria reports that to start the month it will be a transition period, but a week or two into June most of the fish will be in deeper water where they can be caught on crankbaits and spoons. All month there should b
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Captain Brett Mitchell (803-379-7029) reports that this month fish will start off both shallow and deep, but as it gets warmer more fish will move towards drops near wood or trees. Fishing will get tougher as June progresses but topwaters and then C
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria reports that in June a good pattern is to fish topwater baits early and late and then to target deeper brush with soft plastics in between. Anglers should keep their eyes open for isolated bass busting on the
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Very Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Guide Jerry Kotal (706-988-0860) reports that with the herring spawn finishing earlier in May than usual this year bass should be deep all of June. Fishing with deep running crankbaits or plastics worms around deep structure out to 40 or more feet d
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Tournament anglers Tyler Matthews of Evans, Ga., and Josh Rockefeller of Augusta report that with hot weather to start the month by June fish should be well into summer patterns. This month fish may be caught early off points with flukes, and after
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Dearal Rodgers of Camden reports that generally in June he expects the fish to be mixed between shallow and deep. Frogs, shakey heads and Carolina rigs will all catch bass. Especially during hot periods the best action will be foun
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Good
Thu, May 05, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Reid McGinn of Fort Mill reports that typically in June one group of fish will be shallow feeding around bedding bream, and another group of fish will be offshore in well-known community holes. Shallow fish can be caught on topwate
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Columbia

Open since 2006, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Columbia, SC is one of the largest Sportsman’s Warehouse locations, located near many different outdoor activity hotspots that we can point you to. National gunsmithing services are now available! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include whitetail deer, turkey, coyote, squirrel, rabbit, duck, mourning dove, geese, feral hog, alligator, and raccoon. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the legal limit. Common catches are bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill, sunfish, trout, gar, carp, and redfish (red drum). We also carry plenty of supplies for boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, camping, bow fishing, crabbing and shrimping. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, and anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan. No matter what time of year, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the university football, South Carolina State Fair, Soda City Events, Palmetto Sportsman’s Classic, and bass fishing tournaments.